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Run to You (Global Guardians) Paperback – September 3, 2020
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"Susie writes a delightful story. A few hours of reading doesn't get better."Dee Henderson, Christy and Rita Award-winning author
". . . A nail-biting, fast-paced chase through the wilds of Russia. Top pick."Romantic Times BOOKclub
The only way out is to trust the man who broke her heart.
Her sister has been kidnapped and FSB agent is hot on her trail--by going undercover into Taiwan's sex-trafficking trade. Now, she's in over her head . . . or is she?
Also deep undercover is Delta Force captain David Curtiss, after the kingpin of the Twin Serpents, the organized crime syndicate that has Yanna—and hundreds of others— in their clutches. But when he discovers Yanna, his mission is suddenly jeopardized. Now, David and Yanna have to rely on each other to save her sister and bring a trafficker to justice.
The thrilling conclusion to the epic Global Guardians series!
Previously published as Wiser than Serpents, Mission: Russia
"Action, drama, adventure, flawed individuals and emotional and spiritual challenges are hallmarks of Warren's books."Christian Library Journal
"Warren has a knack for creating captivating and relatable characters that pull the reader deep into the story."Radiant Lit
Genre: Inspirational Romantic Suspense (sweet)
Length: 316 pages
Book 1: Watch Over Me
Book 2: Never Say Goodbye
Book 3: Run to You
Other books by Susan May Warren:
GLOBAL SEARCH AND RESCUE
Book 1: The Way of the Brave
Book 2: The Heart of a Hero
Book 3: The Price of Valor
THE MONTANA MARSHALLS (family series)
Book 1: Knox
Book 2: Tate
Book 3: Ford
Book 4: Wyatt
Book 5: Ruby Jane
Book 1: Where There's Smoke (Summer of Fire)
Book 2: Playing with Fire (Summer of Fire)
Book 3: Burnin' For You (Summer of Fire)
Book 4: Oh, The Weather Outside is Frightful (Christmas novella)
Book 5: I'll be There (Montana Fire/Deep Haven crossover)
Book 6: Light My Fire (Summer of the Burning Sky)
Book 7: The Heat is On (Summer of the Burning Sky)
Book 8: Some Like it Hot (Summer of the Burning Sky)
Book 9: You Don't Have to Be a Star (spin-off)
Book 1: If Ever I Would Leave You (novella prequel)
Book 2: Wild Montana Skies
Book 3: Rescue Me
Book 4: A Matter of Trust
Book 5: Crossfire (a novella)
Book 6: Troubled Waters
Book 7: Storm Front
Book 8: Wait for Me
TEAM HOPE (Search and Rescue series)
Book 1: Waiting for Dawn (novella prequel)
Book 2: Flee the Night
Book 3: Escape to Morning
Book 4: Expect the Sunrise
NOBLE LEGACY (Montana Ranch Trilogy)
Book 1: Reclaiming Nick
Book 2: Taming Rafe
Book 3: Finding Stefanie
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- Publisher : SDG Publishing (September 3, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 316 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1943935491
- ISBN-13 : 978-1943935499
- Item Weight : 14.2 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.5 x 0.79 x 8.5 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #940,200 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The plot about the human trafficking was scary, thrilling and dangerous, but also sad because even though this book was initially published in 2008, this topic is still a serious issue in the today as well, maybe even more so.
I enjoyed how the author had two different plots going, one in Seattle and one in Taiwan, and how the author brought everything together in the end.
This was a realistic story about criminals, government agents and love.
*I read this on Kindle Unlimited.*
The book is well written and I appreciated that Gracie began to chaff a but under Hilton's overprotective streak. As someone whose husband has to reign in his protection instincts for me and our girls, I could appreciate that aspect of the story.
A great book.worth the read and I plan to buy more Susan Mae Warren books.
I was surprised how quickly I loved this one! And found there were several things I enjoyed about this one that we didn't get to see in the previous two. First, while we meet Preach (David) though Vicktor's chats with this for advice in the first book, until now, we never actually get to meet David, and as the chats are mostly about helping the other characters, we also only get to see him from their POV's and opinions. I loved finally getting to meet the highly esteemed friend, and more so get to see him through his own POV and flaws as his humanity finally comes into play, not just the good we see though Roman and Vicktor's high praise when mentioning him.
I also loved Yanna from the start, and found of all of the female characters, she is the I'd mostly likely befriend first. (I saw bits of myself in all of the females, but personality wise, Sarai and Yanna could easily both be my sisters! We share a lot as far as stubbornness and a way of thinking that insists we need to be strong enough to not need to rely on a hero or otherwise in life...) I loved how this one was set up, and while the topic is less that pleasant. I mean stalker/serial killers and political prisoners/removing threats after a political coup aren't pleasant either, this one is something almost taboo to even talk about, and something everyone wants to pretend doesn't exist or will never affect them or anyone they know. The truth is, human trafficking and other forms of smuggling and trafficking are very real problems, and they don't /want/ you to talk about them, because if more people became aware and started looking out for the people around them, and it's much easier to commit a crime right under someone's nose if they aren't even looking or aware anything is going on.
Another point I loved it Roman's friendship with both Yanna and Vicktor is seen a little more in this one, as his role in this one leans a little more on his Cobra experience and solving international crimes, and Victor with his FSB (formerly KGB) skills also plays a more active role as a cop, and less as a love-interest in some ways. We do still see some of what's happened in the year since he was engaged with Gracie, and how that's progressed, but as David and Yanna are the focus, both Vicktor and Roman are a sort of inter-related side-story, but woven together the different added POVs create an interesting dynamic and paint a unique story showing a little of what's happening in the background while the main couple still control the spotlight of the story!
I loved this series as a whole, but have to say this one is probably my favorite of the three stories! It just felt like things had come full-circle in a way, and I love this one from the first page, where as the others took just a chapter or two, this one was an instant draw to want to read more! I also loved the POVs and after meeting the other friends previously, I love how that was used to further add to this one and to give it an extra layer of depth in their friendships and in the story/series overall!